Radical Uncertainty and Critical Systems Thinking
- Published on January 15, 2021
Centre for Systems Studies
This article discusses similarities between Kay and King’s approach to ‘radical uncertainty’ and ‘critical systems thinking and practice’ (CST).
Radical Uncertainty: Decision-making for an unknowable future (Bridge Street Press, 2020), by the distinguished economists John Kay and Mervyn King, has deservedly received glowing reviews. The book argues that radical uncertainty is everywhere in our world; analyses the limitations of models in getting to grips with the phenomenon; and proposes a ‘narrative paradigm’ as a better way of thinking about how we exercise judgement and take decisions in the context of radical uncertainty.
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